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Ron Baselice/Staff Photographer Isabel Umana (left) of Dallas receives a blessing from Marzi Pecen while visiting the Maitreya Loving Kindness Relic Tour at the Unity Church of Fort Worth on Saturday. Matthew Herrera's eyes watered as he sat before a
Monks from countries like Bangladesh, Cambodia, Laos, Nepal, Myanmar, Thailand, Sri Lanka and Vietnam will be participating in the event "The purpose of the programme is for all the great Sanghas, from all of these nine countries to come together
A shrine consistent with the story of the birth of Siddhartha Gautama, the Lord Buddha, has been uncovered within a later shrine long thought to be his possible birthplace. The teachings on which Buddhism, a world religion with an estimated 500
World Heritage Site, shined as its dome was inlaid with 280 kilograms of gold donated by devotees from Thailand. "Installation of gold donated by Thai devotees is now over. The temple is now complete," said Secretary Mahabodhi Temple, N Dorjee. The
This initiative was a part of a weekly programme launched since 2005 to spread awareness about Buddhist subjects among the citizens of the city and people from all religions, castes or creeds. "This is like a study about Buddhism, like an academic.
The two spent a total of six months there over the course of four trips from 2006 to 2011. "I always felt like you were taking care of me," Montagne says. "That's why we could go to these places that sometimes were far enough away and isolated enough
Banned outfit Indian Mujahideen (IM) is planning terror strikes on Buddhist sites in the country after targeting the world famous shrine in Bodh Gaya five months back, latest intelligence inputs reveal. Inputs suggest that IM operatives have
Victim held written notes at window Charlotte Watts lived two doors down from the group in south London in the 1980s and 1990s A former neighbour of three women allegedly held captive in London has told how one of them stood at a window holding notes.
Archaeologists in Nepal say they have discovered traces of a wooden structure dating from the sixth century B.C. that they believe is the world's oldest Buddhist shrine. Kosh Prasad Acharya, who teamed with archaeologists from Britain's Durham
The Lumbini site in Nepal is one of four principal locations that are believed to be connected with the Buddha's life. Bodh Gaya is where he is became enlightened, Sarnath is where he first preached and Kusinagara is where he died. Lumbini is located